This week on CPTV, Mental Health awareness creates positive spaces across the nation, CP teachers and students discuss the possibility of President Donald J. Trump’s impeachment, and the Community of CP shows cheer for the Holiday Season in full swing.
This week on CPTV, we get some local perspective on climate change, the holidays officially kick off in CP this Friday, and the girls’ basketball team plays two at Merrillville.
This week on CPTV, are we in danger of losing our freedom of press…again, the FCCLA hosts their annual Thanksgiving food drive, and last week’s national signing day has Dog’s signing letters of intent to schools all over the state.
This week on CPTV, new learning common rule raises student questions, the theatre department prepares for opening night of their fall show, and the girls basketball team kicks off their season with a big win.
This week on CPTV, Mayor David Uran visits the Dog Radio a day ahead of the election, CP teachers give their thoughts on educational funding in the state of Indiana, and we take a look at what social studies teacher Vince Lewis focuses on When the Bell Rings.
This week on CPTV, the Old Sheriff House and Jail hosts their annual Haunted House, CP constructs a new brick patio around the courthouse and roughly only 50% of our student population will notice were all these flies are located.
This week on CPTV, schools fight back against vaping companies who market to students, CPHS launches the new “I AM CP” campaign, and last week’s football game vs. Michigan City determined whether CP finished with a winning regular season record.
This Week on CPTV: The Crown Point Hot Dog Stand is getting a new owner, seniors share their future plans, and the spring sports teams gear up for their postseasons.
This Week on CPTV: Student Council will be hosing Dance Marathon, a look into why students still come to school despite being sick, and the softball team takes on the #1 team in the state.
This Week on CPTV: The Crown Point square undergoes renovation to be more pedestrian friendly, new anonymous tip line methods improve school safety, and yearbook distribution has begun for the 2018-2019 school year.